Laboratory Epoxy Resin Countertops

Epoxy resin is an oven-cured mixture of epoxy resin, silica, a hardener, and filler materials. Our countertops and curbs are molded from a modified epoxy resin that has been specially compounded and cured to provide optimum physical and chemical resistance required for a heavy-duty laboratory working surface.

What are the Benefits of Epoxy Resin Countertops?

The solid laboratory countertop material has been a popular choice in laboratories for decades. This popularity is no surprise. Epoxy resin countertops and benchtops are attractive, durable, and reasonably priced.

epoxy resin countertop

Additional Benefits of Epoxy Countertops:

  • Laboratory-Grade Performance
  • Non-Porous
  • Long-lasting (up to 10 years with proper care!)
  • Durable Surface
  • Custom Design Options
  • Highly Moisture Resistant
  • Ideal for Maintaining a Sterile Environment
  • Corrosion Resistant

Epoxy Resin Countertop Industries:

  • Construction
  • Retail
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Manufacturing
  • Transportation
  • Food Service
Investment HIGH $$$
Appearance Low sheen finish – black and colors
Chemical Resistance Excellent
Heat Resistance Excellent
Impact Resistance Good
Moisture Resistance Excellent
Bacteria Resistance Excellent
Suggested Areas of Use Excellent performance in all areas

Epoxy Resin Countertop Surfaces

Selection Design Guide:
1. Flat – Maximum worksurface space with the greatest configurational flexibility.
2. ClassicTop – 1/8” machined bevel or 1/4” machined radius edge
3. Contoura – Integrally molded 1/2” top edge radius and 1-1/2” exposed corner radius (not
suitable for every application).
4. Should maintain a 1” overhang on all sides to clear casework corners.
5. Marine – Worksurface with a 1/4” raised liquid containment rim (eliminating the need for drip
6. ClassicTop Marine – Dished worksurfaces with a 1/8” machined bevel or a 1/4” machined
radius are available.

Epoxy Resin Specification Information

Fire Resistance

Epoxy resin is self-extinguishing, in accordance with ASTM-Method D-635. Epoxy resin for years was the standard in most laboratory environments because of its high heat resistance.

Cleaning & Care

Do not use abrasives to clean epoxy resin countertops. Abrasives cleaners or scrubbing pads will dull the surface of the countertops. For daily use, be sure to wipe up all spills and leaks immediately with a rag or towels. Chamois cloth is a great option as it’s both highly absorbent and gentle to the surface.

Chemical Resistance

Epoxy Resin is highly resistant to the normally used laboratory acids, solvents, alkalies and alcohol.